no difference after undervolting ? 10875H

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    well, with TS running i got this result:
    http://grabilla.com/0ab13-174e5421-6539-4543-8e0d-89121c481c87.png

    before we were at 3.6 GHz. with TS during the 10 minutes test started out at around 4.3 Ghz, but dropper to 3.99 Ghz (probably due to cooling) so i guess TS is doing something at least, currently am at -125 mV for BOTH cache and CPU, No Crashes, should i work on the CPU for now or keep adjusting both ?...

    anyways i will redo the tests with R20, thank you for the advise...
     
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    I would leave the cache at -125 mV and yes, I would start working on only the core. You are heading in the right direction.
     
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    how far should i go ? would i reach a stage of feeding less juice to the CPU and hence get less performance ? or it would simply crash if i go beyond a certain number ?...
     
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    Let your Cinebench scores guide you. You are the only person with your CPU. What your CPU is capable of can only be discovered by doing lots of trial and error testing. If bumping the core voltage to a bigger number does not increase performance or decrease temperatures then you have gone too far.
     
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    will keep trying to reach the best setting possible with TS, just one last thing, i tried the built in stress test and immediately got this:
    http://grabilla.com/0ab13-589f2c8e-b816-4c67-96fe-906a3d220b13.png

    does it mean anything ?...
     
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    You have been telling me that your CPU cache is stable at -125 mV. The TS Bench shows that you might be wrong. Reduce your cache undervolt and test again. Do some 1 Thread and 2 Thread TS Bench tests as well. The light load tests use a higher CPU speed so might uncover errors.
     
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    i never got any error, bsod, crash whatsoever and i did several so far with Prime95 and Cine 20 and 23, anyways, am at -125 mV for BOTH cache and cores, does this mean am fine ?
    http://grabilla.com/0ab13-76c1ea2c-ec13-4e22-bf67-1ac06173d916.png
     
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    If the TS Bench was reporting errors before then no, you are not fine. You are right on the edge of stability. I would reduce the cache offset to -110 mV before trying to go higher with the core offset. You do not want the cache to limit your results. A setting of -110 mV is better than what most 10th Gen CPUs can achieve.

    Once you are finished with your core testing, then you can go back and try again with the cache at -115 mV or -120 mV.

    People use the simple TS Bench because it can warn you when you are on the edge. No need to run it for 12 hours like Prime95.

    Edit - Here is a good TS Bench vs Prime95 story.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-throttlestop-guide.531329/page-1020#post-10919625
     
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